Cambodia's stunning genocide memorial
How can architecture help a nation cope with traumatic history? A Cambodian institute designed by Zaha Hadid attempts to find a new answer to the question.

British-Iranian volleyball woman released on bail: brother

An Iranian woman walks past an Iranian flag in downtown Tehran on February 2, 2009London (AFP) - A British-Iranian woman controversially jailed months ago in Tehran after trying to attend a men's volleyball match was released on bail Sunday pending an appeal court verdict, her family said.

Turkey to host training for 2,000 Syrian rebels: official
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish and U.S. forces will train 2,000 moderate Syrian rebel fighters at a base in the central Turkish city of Kirsehir as part of the campaign against Islamic State insurgents, a Turkish Foreign Ministry official said on Monday.

How Good Is Beyonc??'s New Album?
The singer just dropped a platinum edition of last year's self-titled album.

'Handful' of Libyan troops claim asylum in UK after training - minister
LONDON (Reuters) - A group of Libyan army cadets whose training programme in Britain was halted early after a series of sex attacks on local residents have claimed asylum, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said on Monday.

Court case pushed by think tank could leave uninsured out in the cold
Supreme Court case backed by think tank hinges on single sentence in Affordable Care Act.

Lewis Hamilton: 'It was life or death'
Racer says it's like winning the title for the first time after topping Duel in the Desert.

'Beautiful gesture' saves 85-year-old
Over the past five years evictions have become a symbol of Spain's economic crisis, but the latest homeowner to face the prospect of homelessness -- an 85-year-old woman -- has found an unlikely guardian angel.